The Last of Us 2 Was Officially Postponed Until May 2020

Along with the inevitable transition of generations, Sony Interactive Entertainment still has “debt” of at least two exclusive games with an undisclosed release date – The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima some time ago. But at least, one of them finally officially announced when he would be able to be enjoyed directly by gamers. That’s right, the adventures of Ellie who are now more mature with tragedies that never seem to stop haunting her via TLOU Part II will be released in February 2020. But soon after, this date changes again. He was officially postponed.

In agreement with the previously released report, Naughty Dog finally officially announced the postponement of the release for The Last of Us Part II. He will be kicked a few months longer than originally planned. In his blog post, the brain – Neil Druckmann said that this decision they took to ensure The Last of Us Part II was at the level of quality they should be, as they wanted. The fact that the dissatisfaction arose in the final week of the closure of the development process made them have to choose one of two options: compromise or delay the release. Naughty Dog chose the second.

Dissatisfaction with The Last of Us Part II appeared in the final few weeks before the closing process of developing this game. The Naughty Dog team is in two choices, compromising or delaying the release. Finally they chose to postpone the release of this new game. The PlayStation first party game developer, decided to postpone the launch of The Last of Us Part II on May 29, 2019.

Initially, The Last of Us Part II was scheduled to launch in February 2020. But Naughty Dog decided to postpone it. The Last of Us Part II will now be released on May 29, 2020, exclusively for Playstation 4.

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